As of 2015, “Mr. Robot” and “WWE Monday Night Raw” are some of USA Network’s most popular shows. According to TheWrap.com, USA Network became 2015’s summer cable ratings winner, with 779,000 primetime viewers in the 18- to 49-year-old demographic. “Mr. Robot” averaged 1.4 million viewers through the end of August, while “WWE Monday Night Raw” averaged 1.8 million viewers. The USA Network also led the ratings for viewers in the 25 to 54 age demographic, averaging 843,000 viewers.
“Mr. Robot” is a USA original series that follows a young computer programmer named Elliot. He works as a cyber-security engineer during the day and is a vigilante hacker during his off-time. Elliot meets a mysterious leader of an underground hacker group who recruits him to destroy the company he protects. Due to his personal beliefs, Elliot struggles to resist the chance to bring down the company he believes is ruining the world.
“WWE Monday Night Raw” is a sports entertainment television program considered to be WWE’s flagship program. In 1993, the show debuted on the USA Network before moving to TNN in late 2000. In 2005, the show returned to USA and has remained with the network as of 2015. Most of the episodes air live and broadcast for approximately three hours.